Bye-bye bear market blues; welcome to the network, Bitcoin (BTC) believers. Over the past week, the number of Bitcoin wallet addresses containing one BTC or more increased by 13,091. The total number of “wholecoiners” surged to 865,254.

The number of whole coiners has rocketed during the downward price action, highlighted by the hockey stick growth on the Glassnode graph:

When Satoshi Nakamoto mined the first Bitcoin on Jan. 9, 2009, the Gini coefficient was 1, i.e., the income inequality on the network was the highest it has ever been. The Gini coefficient, developed by statistician Corrado Gini, represents income inequality or wealth inequality within a social group. In Bitcoin, it can be mapped onto wallet addresses.